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Showing posts with label Racist Suspect. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Racist Suspect. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Should a "White" person be viewed as a Racist Suspect?

Answer: Yes.

Counter Racist Compensatory Logic says that under the system of White Supremacy, a "non-white" person does not have the ability (Some "non-white" people will disagree with me on whether we possess such an ability or not. That's okay, but, we will not go into that topic here.) to determine who is and who is not a Racist, therefore any person classified as "White", should be viewed as a Racist Suspect.
Kevin Malone

However, it is up to the individual "non-white" person to decide if a "White" person should remain on the Racist suspect list or not. One "White" person could choose not to mistreat me on the basis of skin color, and on the other hand that same "White" person could mistreat you (another "non-white" person) on the basis of yours. And on the next day (hour, min, sec, etc.), I could be their target of mistreatment, instead of you.

I site today's article from as evidence to support the reason why as long as the system of White Supremacy exists, a "White" person should always be viewed as a Racist Suspect.

The 51 year old Racist Suspect (Kevin Malone) accused of mistreating a 14 year old "non-white" person, was viewed as a friend by Ms. Phylis Pearson (a "black" female). Learn more about this incident by clicking here.

A part of the article says-

"Village Trustee Phyllis Pearson, who had served on the Village Board with Malone’s wife, JoAnn, said she was disappointed in her friend.

Pearson said it would be in Malone’s best interest for him to resign.

“He stooped to the child’s level,” said Pearson, who is black.

Pearson said people previously told her Kevin Malone was racist but she hadn’t ever seen him display that type of behavior before."

The Racist Suspect is also a "Democrat", which from my observation has been a often used term that deceives many "Non-white" people into believing that the "White" person who claims this position will not practice White Supremacy.

At the age of 12 I had more friends that were classified as "White", than I had friends that were classified as "Non-white". Many of the "White" ones let me know at some point, that they didn't like niggers, but that I was okay, because I was "different". Oftentimes when I heard them use the word, it was at times that they were so engrossed in conversation with another "non-black" person, that they forgot I was present.

"Hey...Hey, why do they have to be called niggers?"

Two of them, who did not know each other and on separate occasions, gave me the same definition of what a nigger was, when I asked them what made me different?

"A nigger is a black asshole. You're not an asshole"

At that time, I was all too happy to hear that they didn't see me as a nigger. My emotions ( a mixture of anger, embarrassment, sadness and happiness) prevented me from asking more questions. It was as though I had fell victim to some kind of "Jedi Mind trick" (Wow, "White" people like me, but hate other "black" people? Yeh!).  Hey, these guys were telling me that I was better than other "black" people and that it was okay. You know that when you have the "White man's stamp of approval" it's all good. Those same two guys and a few other "White" people that I associated with back in those days, didn't hesitate to call me a nigger whenever I did something that upset them. It would be at those times that I'd get physical. My folks told me that if I get physical or even angry behind their use of the word, then I lose the battle. Oops, I digressed BIG TIME.

The point is that under the system of Racism (White Supremacy), a "Non-white" person can not determine who is a Racist and who is not a Racist, though that "Non-white" person can choose to remove a "White" person from the Racist Suspect list, it is not recommended.

It is up to the "White" person to make this determination, by making a conscious effort not to mistreat someone on the basis of skin color, in all places, at all times, and in all areas of people activity.

Stay Strong in the struggle to Replace White Supremacy With Justice